Sunday, July 12, 2015

Proclus & Hilary the Martyrs of Ancrya

These Martyrs contested in Ancyra in 106, during the reign of the Emperor Trajan. Saint Proclus was seized as a Christian and, confessing his faith, was burned on his sides and belly, was hung upon a beam with heavy stones tied to his feet, and finally was taken away to be shot with arrows. As he was being led forth, his nephew Hilary encountered him and greeted him, and was himself seized. After his uncle had been slain with arrows, Hilary, because he would not deny Christ, was tormented, then beheaded.

On July 12, we commemorate Proclus & Hilary the Martyrs of Ancyra: Read more at
Post a Comment